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Samsung Myanmar Starts Pre-order Program for its Latest Galaxy A53 5G

Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd held its Galaxy A Event on March 17, 2022, where the latest Galaxy Innovations for the brand’s most popular smartphone category were unveiled.

Samsung Maynmar is now accepting pre-orders for the latest Galaxy A53 5G smartphone starting from March 18 to 27 with a bundle of gifts and special privileges including 100% mobile banking payment.

One of the latest Galaxy A Series introduced during the event, Galaxy A53 5G is built with the most awesome features and technologies.

Designed to provide the fully-loaded experience that people want from a smartphone, the new Galaxy A53 5G is packed with awesome features that will help you live the moment.

The A53 5G has features such as the 6.5” FHD+ Super AMOLED Infinity-O Display with 120Hz refresh rate, 4 back cameras (12 MP Ultra-Wide, 64 MP Main, 5 MP Depth, and 5 MP Macro) with the upgraded night mode and optimized frame rate, 5nm AP, and 5,000 mAh battery with 25W Super-Fast Charging.

It comes with an 8+256 GB version and IP67 Water & Dust Resistance that can withstand 1m of freshwater for 30 minutes, allowing the users to enjoy every moment to the fullest.

“In alignment with our belief that innovation is for everyone, our recent Galaxy A Event has introduced a number of awesome Galaxy A Series smartphones and among them, one of the most powerful yet affordable smartphones is Galaxy A53 5G which is built with awesome features and stylish design. With the flagship performance available at an affordable price, we believe Galaxy A53 5G is the best companion for our users in Myanmar, both in their professional and personal lifestyles,” said Ko Zarni Win Htet, Head of Business Group at Samsung Myanmar.

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